Charlottesville Protests

Friends, if you read my blog, and you believe in Law of Attraction principles (you get more of what you focus upon), I have a very large, very important favor to ask of you. Please take a moment to picture peace returning in Charlottesville.  Picture a calmness falling over the region, and picture so much …

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What Synchronicity Looks Like Part II

I wandered farther down the aisle, searching for the Abraham books, the reason I'd chosen to come to the aisle in the first place, but they had lost all interest for me.  There was zero appeal.  I don't think I even removed one fully from the shelf.  I wandered away, and on my way out …

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Sorry, Not Sorry.

So, I've just had a revelation. All day long, I walk around telling everyone 'Sorry', or 'Excuse me', or 'Pardon me'.  Constantly.  I'm apologizing for bumping into people, for being too cheerful, for not walking fast enough when someone holds the door open for me, for dropping the F-bomb on my own blog; it feels …

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Day 2?

It feels like day 2 (the day I wrote this, which was 6/2).  Of what, though? Of expectation.  Of excitement.  Of being awake and aware and happy and just... knowing.  Knowing it's all working out.  Knowing it's all as it should be.  Knowing I'm okay and you're okay, and even if we aren't right now, …

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Finding Balance II: The Forgotten Conclusion

So sorry for the cliffhanger, guys! I hadn't realized when I posted it that I just... stopped typing, in the middle of a sentence, even.  Not just any sentence, either, but the big conclusion sentence! I decided to make a new post and laugh about it, instead of trying to go back into that energy …

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Finding Balance

Warning: Mixed analogies ahead! I was still a little out of balance when I wrote this, and it shows in my writing, but, I can definitely see the change in my thinking, and see it trying to gain momentum, so, instead of deleting this 'in-between' step of getting back into a state of alignment after …

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What A Difference 

Friends, meditation should be mandatory at schools and workplaces.  And homes.  And at stoplights. I spent nearly two days pulling at various strings, seeing what pulled free from the snarl of emotions I had going on, and within twenty minutes of stilling my mind, of going to my 'zone', the light switched on.  And that's …

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When Is Love Not Love?

Love isn't love when it hurts.  Love doesn't hurt.  Deep down, you know what love feels like.  Acceptance.  Peace.  Joy.   Exhilaration.  Not pain and suffering. If you're in pain, you're not in love. If it's annoying you, you're not loving it. If it outrages you, you're not loving it. If you're not loving it, …

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